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Model for developing context-sensitive responses to vulnerability in research: managing ethical dilemmas faced by frontline research staff in Kenya
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Vulnerability, Agency, and the Research Encounter: Family Members' Experiences and Perceptions of Participating in an Observational Clinical Study in Kenya.
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Perceived social influences on women’s decisions to use medications not studied in pregnancy: A qualitative ethical analysis of PrEP implementation research in Kenya
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Hypothetical acceptability of hospital-based post-mortem pediatric minimally invasive tissue sampling in Malawi: The role of complex social relationships.
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Managing ancillary care in resource-constrained settings: Dilemmas faced by frontline HIV prevention researchers in a rural area in South Africa.
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Research ethics in context: understanding the vulnerabilities, agency and resourcefulness of research participants living along the Thai-Myanmar border.
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Vulnerability and agency across treatment-seeking journeys for acutely ill children: how family members navigate complex healthcare before, during and after hospitalisation in a rural Kenyan setting.
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Recognition, mutual respect, and support: A relational approach to training and supervision in community health work
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An appeal for practical social justice in the COVID-19 global response in low-income and middle-income countries.
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Why stillbirth deserves a place on the medical school curriculum: Stillbirth-related teaching in UK medical schools.
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Optimizing G6PD testing for Plasmodium vivax case management: why sex, counseling, and community engagement matter.
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"If I have a cancer, it is not my fault I am a refugee": A qualitative study with expert stakeholders on cancer care management for Syrian refugees in Jordan.
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MINIMALLY INVASIVE TISSUE SAMPLING AMONG HOSPITAL-BASED CHILD DEATHS IN BLANTYRE, MALAWI: THE ROLE OF SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS AND POWER DYNAMICS
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Lessons from PrEP: A Qualitative Study Investigating How Clinical and Policy Experts Weigh Ethics and Evidence When Evaluating Preventive Medications for Use in Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women
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HIV-Uninfected Kenyan Adolescent and Young Women Share Perspectives on Using Preexposure Prophylaxis During Pregnancy.
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The role of male partners in women's participation in research during pregnancy: a case study from the partners demonstration project.
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"I Did Not Want to Give Birth to a Child Who has HIV": Experiences Using PrEP During Pregnancy Among HIV-Uninfected Kenyan Women in HIV-Serodiscordant Couples.
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Research on medical practices (ROMP): Attitudes of IRB personnel about randomization and informed consent
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